Complicanze legate alla modalità di somministrazione della Nutrizione Enterale: implicazioni cliniche nella pratica infermieristica. Revisione della letteratura

Manuela Buscemi, Francesco D'ambrosio, Moris Rosati

Abstract

 

La Nutrizione Enterale (NE) è una tipologia di alimentazione artificiale comunemente usata nei pazienti critici ricoveratinelle Unità di Terapia Intensiva (UTI), in grado di garantire un’adeguata nutrizione e sostenere uno stato di salute ottimale, qualora sia andato perduto. La criticità del paziente porta ad un particolare assetto ormonale che determina un elevato catabolismo andando incontro al rischio di sviluppare malnutrizione calorica.

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